Obligatory MS Technet article - Creating a DTS package . . .
(Assuming SQL 2000 since we're in the 2000 forum)http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc917688.aspx
Rather than perform "all" the tasks on the fly . . .
you could split things up a bit . . .
1.) Get the data into a table in the DB
2.) Use that newly imported data to update the other table(s)
Start off by using the DTS import wizard
- Open SQL Server Enterprise Manager
- Right click on the DB
- Select "All Tasks"
- Select "Import Data"
(run through the wizard and at the end - Save the DTS Package)
Navigate down the Enterprise Manager tree to "Data Transformation Services"
(and the package you just created/saved.)
Right click on the package and select "Design Package"
You'll see the graphical workspace . . .
(with the steps the wizard used to import the data . . . )
With data import task completed you can easily add in "Workflow"s & extra "Task"s to manipulate the data / perform jobs / etc.
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